On Sun, Jun 17, 2012 at 12:32 PM, Daniele Varrazzo
> No, there's nothing like this. For me, any attempt to add a feature
> and let the user choose whether to return one-column queries just as
> lists or as one-item tuples (a cursor subclass? a function?) seems
> more verbose than the [r for r in cur] or map(itemgetter(0), cur)
> to get the data the way you want.
Thanks for the reply! Mostly I wanted to make sure there wasn't
already a standard solution out there.
For me, it just feels goofy to write something like [row for row in
cursor.fetchall()], but I understand where you are coming from.
I like the cursor subclass idea so maybe I'll take a shot at something
W. Matthew Wilson
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